Nick Christopoulus has met Chrissy before, but a lot has changed in five years. She may not remember him, but he's never forgotten her. He wants more than just a holiday fling. When she leaves after a hot night of magical sex, he's determined to track her down.
But how can Nick, a non-believer, find a magical place called Christmas Town?
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A great little christmas read really liked this little book would recommended it
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A steamy and adult Christmas tale with Santa's adopted daughter taking a much needed vacation before Christmas. She's the book keeper/ Accountant for the North Pole operation and goes to Greece to warm up before the holiday. She meets Nick who is a non-believer and needs to be convinced that Santa is real. Lots of brother and sisters for upcoming holidays.
*I voluntarily read a free Review Copy of this book. All opinion stated are solely my own and no one else's* This was a great festive read and I really enjoyed it. The story was short but it was sexy and magical. Nick must learn to believe in the magic/ spirit of Christmas or lose his true love. If your looking for a little steamy Christmassy read - look no further!
The Christmas Star is a romance that explores the lives of those who live in the North Pole in a whole new way. Chrissy Star is the daughter of Santa Claus, CFO at the North Pole and the only mortal in a land full of elves. This makes it quite hard for her to find a compatible partner, unlike her elf siblings. Not a part of the toymaking. Chissy takes a week off just before Christmas where she meets Nick Christopoulus, who she met once before 5 years ago. The two hit it off, only problem, Nick doesn't like Christmas and definitely doesn't believe in Santa Claus. This novel is quite an adult take on a traditionally Children's story. But for those who do still believe in the magic of Christmas, it's fun to have a more grown up take on a still beloved time of year.